Psychology Undergraduate Research Opportunities

If you are interested in earning academic (Psych 499) credit for working in a lab, follow these steps:

  1. Check the opportunities listed in the table below or check a faculty list to find someone whose interests match yours.
  2. Contact the researcher(s) you've identified. Discuss the project and the work you would be doing, and decide how many credits you would like to receive (3 credits = 9 hours/week, 2 credits = 6 hours/week, 1 credit = 3 hours/week).
  3. Get a registration permission card from the Main Office (Guthrie 119) and have the faculty person sign the card and give you a copy of the syllabus.
  4. Take the signed card and project syllabus to the Main Office (Guthrie 119) and exchange it for your entry code.
  5. Register for your 499, for the proper amount of credits.

Current Research Opportunities

Interested in working with a faculty member or graduate student on a research project? The following projects are recruiting undergraduates to help out in their labs.

If you are a Psychology graduate student, staff or faculty member and you would like to update your Psych 499 posting or add a new Psych 499 opportunity, please contact Carrie Perrin in Psychology Undergraduate Advising at 206-543-2698 or at cyoung@u.washington.edu.

Project Title Area
ACE Multisite Study of Adolescent & Adult Transitions (GENDAAR 2) Developmental
Estes Labs (Autism - Early Intervention) Child Clinical
Family Adjustment to Pediatric Cancer Child Clinical
Individualizing Incentives to Maximize Recovery Adult Clinical
Infant Social Cognition Developmental
Linguistic and Conceptual Development in Early Childhood Developmental
Project Connect Social and Personality
Simoni Lab -Global Behavioral Research with Minority Populations Adult Clinical
Social Identity Lab Social and Personality
Stereotypes, Identity and Belonging Lab (SIBL) Social and Personality
The College, Alcohol and Peers Study (CAPS) Adult Clinical
The Investigation of Genetics Exome Research (TIGER Study) Behavioral Neuroscience
The Teen Identity Project Social and Personality